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got us stops and big turnover at the en. we had a couple of big plays and good drives and got back in the game. it was fun. we had a fun night. it was a good win for us. >> michele: andre brown missed the first eight games with a broken leg and comes back. two touchdowns tonight. has what has he meant to your offense? >> the physical running game he has brought and positive yardage and keeping us in good down and sdans and picking up protection. he has done a great job. peyton hillis played well tonight also. we run the ball wen' have to keep doing that. >> michele: you're 5-. what do you think? you're still in this. >> we knew after last week's loss we have to win five in a row aand this is the first one. you can't win five in a row if you don't win the first one so we accomplished that and got to keep going. >> michele: congratulations. >> thanks. >> michele: justin, had you two and a half sacks on the season. tonight have you a career high four. what got into you? >> you know what, man?
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coach always said just keep pounding the rock and what we have done. the numbers aren't there, but we rushed hard and tonight it came together for us. secondary did a great job of giving rg different reads and had to hold the ball longer than in previous games. i was able to capitalize on it. >> michele: the lack of pass rush is an issue for this defense. how do you build on a performance like tonight? like eli just said, mant we got to continue to play one game at a time. we dug youourselves in a good h here. you follow the giants we will always make it tough on ourselves. one game at a time and play together and great team effort and you got to win. >> michele: congratulations, justin. >> thank you, michele. >> al: michele, thanks. look at the playoff picture. new york is still very much on the outside on this situation even with that win although they do have technically a shot at it. seattle hosts new orleans
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tomorrow night and could affect the standings down the line. both divisions figure to come down to the final sunday. carolina and san francisco won today to stay ahead in the wild card race and two of carolina's next three games are against new orleans so they have a good shot at the division that includes next sunday night here on nbc when the panthers play at the saints. now let's bring in tony dungy from new york. tony, which nfc team impressed you most today? a lot to choose from. >> there are, bob. i have to look at the san francisco 49ers. they were playing st. louis. st. louis had been hot and the 49er defense played well as they always do. i think the big thing was getting michael crabtree back. you look at how that opened up the offense. crabtree making plays on the outside. not only the speed and everything that he brings but now just making it a little bit easier for vernon davis and anquan boldin. i was really impressed with the 49ers today.
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>> in the afc, if denver and new england each win out, they will own the top two seeds. indy is three games clear in the south and cincinnati two-game lead over baltimore. the race for the sixth seed figures to be tight with two teams at 6-6 and four at 5-7. so tony, although this may be an impossible question to answer, which team do you think is best positioned out of those half dozen fighting for that last playoff spot? >> i really like where the ravens are because they won on thanksgiving and when you have those extra three or four days off heading into december it really gives you a physical and emotional lift. also i like the fact that baltimore has been there before. they had a super bowl run last year. a lot of those veteran guys know what it takes so they have got a tough schedule coming up but i like where the ravens are sitting right now with that big win against pittsburgh. >> coach, thanks a lot. we will turn to mike florio of pro football talk. mike, what will you have your eye on tomorrow? >> bob, we will have our eye on the league office.
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tomorrow morning the review will commence of that sideline incident from thanksgiving night involving steelers coach mike tomlin. he has said he lost his placement on that white stripe. actually had a foot in the field on a kickoff return by ravens receiver jacoby jones. i'm told all options are on the table from fine to suspension to on the possible loss of a draft pick although the expectation is there will simply be a significant fine imposed. either way a decision is expected by the middle of the week. speaking of decision. the packers and bears have decisions to make about their starting quarterback. aaron rodgers still recovering from a broken collar bone may or may not be back on sunday and mixed reviews on whether he is ready to return and face the falcons. for the bears jay cutler continues to recover from a high ankle sprain and may not be back on monday night as the bears take on the cowboys. both teams are in danger of sliding out of the playoff place altogether in the nfc. >> for all that and more don't
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so you can find the perfect gift for everyone. including you. activate your 5% cash back at chase. so you can. >> al: get to panthers and saints in a minute. back to the end of the game
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here. here is jeff trip lee putting up three fingers signaling third down. he looks around. mike shanahan in his press conference just said he had asked the head linesman the official nearest him for a measurement. the head linesman said he didn't need a measurement. they call a first down play and the way the game ended. >> cris: the bottom line jeff triple triplette saw the mistake. even though it impacts the game and no time-outs for washington and they couldn't stop it if he wanted to. he had to stop the game and make sure everybody understands it's third down not first down because the play caller has no chance in that situation. that is a major screw-up that really had a lot to do with the outcome of this game. >> al: one other note too. we didn't get it during the game. giants one penalty tonight for one yard. it was half the distance to the goal line so they had like 11 inches in penalties tonight.
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in any event! next week it's carolina at new orleans. a game that before the season we didn't think we would be flexing into but here we are and this is going a beauty. >> cris: it is. because you get sort of the best against the best. you get carolina's defense led by luke kuechly and they do so many great things on the defensive side. going into that dome where we have seen everybody struggle to try to stop that offense with drew brees so it's going to be fantastic. >> al: eight in a row. 15 games in about four days but a lot of fun this thanksgiving week. hope had a great holiday. 24-17 is our final. next week, it's on to the superdome. the panthers and the saints on "sunday night football." until then, al michaels and cris collinsworth and michele tafoya. our endure true headed by fred and the guys in the truck. good night from landover, maryland. .
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good evening. thanks for joining us for the special edition of nbc bay area news. we're on right now because of sunday night football. robbed and killed for a video game console. that's what police say happened
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to a man in san francisco today after he tried to sell the device online. police say the robbery and shooting happened at about 3:30 this afternoon near the mission district. monty francis has an update for us. >> reporter: police say the robbery turned violent and deadly. the victim was found dead and near his suv. the man in his 20s was taken to the hospital where he was announced dead. police have not arrested a suspect or released a description of the suspect other than to say the shooter was male. the victim was selling a gaming console. he arranged to meet with a buyer online. the suspect stole the console and then shot and killed the
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man. there is a chevron gas station less than 100 yards from where the shooting took place. police are stressing you can remain anonymous. nbc bay area news. thank you. we have continuing coverage on the palo alto veteran being held in north korea. we're learning more tonight about his role during the korean war and what that might mean if and when he is allowed to return home. >> reporter: newman served in a once top secret u.s. army unit during the korean war. that unit was said to have traintrai trained anti-communist gorillas to fight enemies.
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they're called the white tigers. newman was part of that unit. he would have likely trained the gorillas. he kept in touch with some of the koreans he trained during the war. this photo provided to us shows the 85-year-old veteran posing with former gorillas. he went to south korea twice in the past decade before making the trip into north korea in october. >> i think it was probably a s mistake for mr. newman to go back to north korea. there's still some very hard feelings about this whole operation that took place during the korean war. the north koreans are not
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particularly receptive to folks who have been a part of those units. >> reporter: officials have been detaining him since late october. he was detained just as he was boarding a plane to leave. we'll here from experts about the possible political implications of his detention. thank you. vice president joe biden has a week long trip planned to asia this week, including a stop in south korea. there's no word at this point if he plans to discuss or meet with anyone regarding mr. newman. we're following the story on air and online. we have it at
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we have some developing news on a deadly train derailment in new york. authorities say there are some indications of what may have caused the commuter train to crash this morning killing four people. >> reporter: tonight investigators say they've located the black box in the wreckage of the commuter train, which could provide key data from the accident. >> our mission is not just to understand what happened, but why it happened. >> reporter: there was a problem as the train went into a sharp turn. >> we were going fast. as it hit the curve, it was flying. >> reporter: out of control and off the tracks. >> there was screaming and people crying out to god and asking for their families. >> reporter: four people were killed. more than 60 injured. >> i hit the window. all the chairs came out.
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>> reporter: survivors describe the moment of impact. >> as we were going over, i looked at my two friends and screamed. >> reporter: local, state, and federal investigators led by the national transportation safety board continue to pour over the scene, much of their focus on the two cars of their size. they were given permission to up ride those two overturned cars. the complete investigation is expected to take a week to ten days. jay gray, nbc bay area news. we have a follow up now. the oakland teenager who was set on fire while sleeping on a ac transit bus may be headed back to high school tomorrow. he suffered second-degree and
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third-degree burns when another teenager set fire to him. the attack will not deter sasha from being sasha. he hopes this incident will teach people about agender. bay area residents recognized world aids day today in san francisco. dozens of people gathered at the national aids memorial. it was also an opportunity to remind people that the fight against hiv and aids is not ore. today was the 25th anniversary of world aids day. the 49ers are in the thick of a playoff race, but the headline for today's game was to debut san francisco's top wide receiver. michael crabtree recorded two catches for 68 yards in the
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49ers 29-13 win over st. louis. we'll have another look at how the playoffs coming up in just a few minutes. royal race at the south poll with extreme physical and mental challenges. the british prince says bring it on. we'll be right back.
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a seattle man is under arrest tonight for stealing a ferry and then taking it out on a joyride apparently. that's the victoria clipper drifting in seattle's elliot bay this morning. the man on board told police he was taking the boat to west seattle. the clipper is 132 feet long and can hold more than 300 people. authorities are trying to figure
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out how the man managed to steal that boat. prince harry and his teammates began their race to the south pole today. severe weather conditions delayed the start of the charity race, which raises money for injured servicemen and women. they face 90 mile an hour winds and deadly crevices as well. prince harry is looking forward to the extraordinary physical and mental challenges. >> i just have to do this. if i'm given the opportunity and i can help these guys out, then i want to. >> teams from the u.k., australia, and the u.s. hope to complete the 200 mile expedition in time to celebrate christmas back home. around here, it did not look
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like that. it was a gorgeous day out there. >> you may see folks around the bay area dressed up. wednesday and thursday a big change comes our way. 50s right now outside. earlier today, sunny 70s around the bay area. how about 73 today in livermore? i hope you just absorbed all of it that you could because starting tomorrow we're going to see some cooler changes and a chance of seeing at least a few showers in parts of the north bay. your morning commute will run into some patchy fog. in santa rosa, a chance of brief showers. all of us are going to get this taste of this arctic express, which is blasting down the northern half of the country. we're looking at temperatures during the next couple of days, not so much tomorrow, but by
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tuesday and wednesday only in the low 50s. very similar to the temperatures we have outside right now. you couple that with the winds 10 to 15 miles per hour, we will have a wind chill factor in the bay area this week. speaking of freezing temperatures, we've had some patchy frost so far this fall, but not like this. temperatures in the valleys by thursday morning in the mid 20s. areas south of san jose will dip below freezing. what's unusual is that we'll be spending from midnight at freezing all the way until just before sunrise in the mid to upper 20s, so we're looking at a few hours staying below freezing. friday morning likely into saturday as well. look at that high temperature from napa. only 49 degrees on thursday. you'll see the change addressed over the next three days.
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low 50s down in the peninsula by midweek. with those winds out of the north, it's not going to feel like 50 outside. it will feel more like the mid 40s outside in those north bay valleys for wednesday and upper 40s by the time we get to thursday. tomorrow, santa rosa may see late day showers. 60s elsewhere. our temperatures will begin cooling down through thursday and friday. trivalley, upper 60s tomorrow. low 60s in san francisco. highs for one more day, they're in the mid 50s. campbell, upper 60s tomorrow and then as we get into tuesday, the temperatures will drop into the mid 50s, upper 40s, and lower
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40s later in the week. back to you. they are off in australia. this is sidnydney's holiday fun run. the run was one of ten similar events around the country. they're hoping to raise $200,000 for children's causes. a bay area airport is trying a new trick to make traveling a little less stressful. it's called the wag brigade. volunteers plan to begin visiting sfo this week with certified therapy dogs. they're been selected for their temperment. you will be able to identify the wag brigade by the vests they're
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it's the first welcome back for michael crabtree. >> he's back. crabtree returns and the 49ers coast to a victory. >> but the win comes with a big cost. now at the end of the play, joe staley is down. the latest on joe staley's injury. >> he blocked the shot. >> it's xfinity sports sunday coming straight at you now.


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